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Seward Dog Sledding Tours

Experience the thrill of dogsledding in the summer months in Seward. Climb aboard a custom-designed sled while being led by an Iditarod race finisher through a rainforest to a breathtaking river-cut canyon surrounded by majestic mountains. This fun and scenic activity offers a unique way to connect with Alaska’s wilderness while being pulled by talented canine athletes.

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Dog Sledding

Season: Mid-May to Mid-September $99+ 1.5 to 6 hrs

Vis­it Idi­tar­od cham­pi­on Mitch Seavey’s home­stead, home to three gen­er­a­tions of Idi­tar­od mush­ers. Expe­ri­ence an excit­ing two-mile dog sled ride, tour the rac­ing ken­nel, meet the dogs, cud­dle adorable husky pup­pies, and lis­ten to sto­ries from the Idi­tar­od trail. Then climb aboard a cus­tom-designed sled; an Idi­tar­od race fin­ish­er dri­ves you through rain­for­est to a riv­er-cut canyon sur­round­ed by mountains.

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